Essay on Abortion Is Morally Wrong, And Why It Should Legal

1693 Words Dec 9th, 2015 null Page
For years, people around the world have been debating why abortion is morally wrong, and why it should legal. The claim of most con abortion advocates was that the act takes away the baby’s ability for life and the baby does not have a choice on their future. In contrast, even it is morally wrong, some expect woman choose abortion because of several reasons. In the background, abortion is a legal right in the United States since the 1900s. The definition of an abortion is the premature exit of the products of conception (the fetus, fetal membranes, and placenta) from the uterus. When the sperm meets the egg and the egg is fertilized and attaches to the uterus, it is making a human. Abortion is the way that terminates a pregnancy and rejects the fetus (unborn baby), so it is morally wrong and ethically wrong. According to the showed that 67% of American people think that it is morally wrong. In addition, abortions are the most risky procedures, and it can cause the risk of the conflict in society in the family of the mother. Whether doing illegal abortion or legal abortion, abortion is still remaining the issue in the society and human morally. The baby is still a human, so they have a right to live and to be born. Even if it is wrong morally looking, it may be the exit for the expectant mother. “Should Abortion Rights Be Restricted?” by Professor Richard Stith at Valparaiso University. The question has been asked for year and there is no answer. Professor…

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